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Most of the moving Vernier papers (including all the SC Chung and Bedell papers I think) don't temporally ramp their stimulus! Only exception I know is Mechler & Victor who ramped just over 20 ms Mechler, F. & Victor, J. D. (2000). Comparison of thresholds for high-speed drifting vernier and a matched temporal phase-discrimination task. Vision Res, 40(14), 1839-1855.

Absence of ramp could easily reduce the degradation caused by motion and invalidate the model's predictions for uncertainty based on velocity. None of the papers seem to address this point.
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